The contracts, over periods of 12-20 months, are worth £440,000 in total.
“This achievement is a result of true collaboration with our multiple NHS partners, and its success will be a real watershed moment in terms of how Induction can facilitate consistent, easy and valuable engagements between patients and regional healthcare systems,” said Induction joint chief executive, James Balmain.
“These new contract awards reinforce the strong momentum in sales and annual recurring revenue run-rate already announced in the second half of the financial year to 31 March 2021.”
Induction describes Zesty as a “digital front door” for hospitals as it allows patients to take control of their appointments, correspondence and clinical records using a smartphone.
There are currently 220,000 users registered to the app, up from 76,000 a year ago.